Tedeschi Trucks Band Live at Warner Theatre on 2019-02-15
- Live concert
- Tedeschi Trucks Band
02. I'm Gonna Be There
03. When Will I Begin
04. Walk Through This Life
05. Strengthen What Remains
06. Still Your Mind
07. Hard Case
09. All The World
10. They Don't Shine
11. Don't Know What It Means
12. Bound For Glory
13. Midnight In Harlem
14. Part of Me
15. The Storm
16. E: More and More
17. Space Captain
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|Signs, High Times|
|I'm Gonna Be There|
|When Will I Begin|
|Walk Through This Life|
|Strengthen What Remains|
|Still Your Mind|
|All The World|
|They Don't Shine|
|Don't Know What It Means|
|Bound For Glory|
|Midnight In Harlem|
|Part of Me|
|More and More|
- Night of Kofi Burbridge's death. He had been on medical leave from band.
- An Evening With Tedeschi Trucks Band.
- Brandon Boone on bass; Gabe Dixon on keys.
- Release day of new record, titled Signs, and album was performed top to bottom except for final song, "The Ending."
- Special thanks to David Lowman for making recording possible.
- MP6 > iMac. Tracked via Sound Sudio, FLAC via xACT
- Washington, D.C.
- Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader 1.6.4
- Taped by
- Alex Leary
- Transferred by
- Alex Leary
- Warner Theatre
Subject: R.I.P Kofi
Subject: Amazing Recovery
PS: added morning after Saturday show: Sound on 2/15 show is stellar having listened to it twice. Excellent recording. I hope by the time this addendum appears you will not need to take it on faith because the 2/16 show I also attended will be up for all to enjoy. It started on the upward trajectory where Friday ended and went up from there. Susan was clearly distraught but carried on like the trouper she is and was supported and covered by her bandmates. Beautiful to witness. Derek was at another level. Always risky to say this crew will not keep getting better and topping themselves, but it is hard to imagine them ever doing a better show than Saturday. "That" was a celebration of their brother's life...no greater tribute.
Subject: A great tribute to Kofi R.I.P.
Has somebody has already said, the band understandably started off somewhat subdued but slowly got going and treated us to the new album. A unique show.
RIP Kofi Burbridge and thanks for the music.
Subject: Thanks for great recording
Subject: Pre-midnight in DC
Fabulous capture by Alex, as always.
RIP Kofi! He is a big part of this performance.
Subject: *This* is how you celebrate someone's life properly.
They start by playing it the new record all the way through. I’m sure that was planned but it’s all the more poignant knowing of Kofi’s loss.
The latter part of the set includes three songs that I feel like were a real nod to him: Bound for Glory (I can't help making the connection to Susan's references at the end of Space Captain)—dig Alecia wailing about 2/3 through the song, Midnight in Harlem (a truly perfect song), and then the gospel-y Space Captain--with Susan referencing Kofi several times (and wiping away tears on the YouTube clip about 1/2-way through)
One thing I’ve always been struck by with the entire Allman family of bands is how they PLAY THROUGH their grief. It started when they played at Duane’s funeral, then went out on the road as a 5 piece band. Warren & Matt went out in the Smile at Half Mast Tour.
This show is somewhat different than those efforts--more “show must go on” mentality which is the business they’re in. But still...they coulda just mailed it in, but instead played a great, meaningful show.
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